Dental implant surgery in Brickell Dental Care

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Dental implant surgery in Brickell Dental Care

Dental implant surgery in Brickell Dental Care

Placing a dental implant is a widely used dental treatment to restore lost teeth or even teeth using artificial roots (implants).

A dental implant is a titanium( the material of implant can very)  rod that is inserted into the bone and uses as a support for fixing artificial teeth (implant crowns, removable or permanent dentures). Titanium is the most biocompatible material. It is practically not rejected by living tissues, does not cause allergic reactions.

Here in Brickell Dental Care, we are using an OCO Biomedical implant (American brand)


– A dental implant allows you to restore a lost tooth without processing or covering adjacent teeth with crowns.

– In the absence of a large number of teeth, the use of implants makes it possible to manufacture a non-removable structure as All-On-4 implants or All-on 6 implants

– Dental implants improve the fixation of removable dentures, being additional support for them.
– Prosthetics look, feel, and function like natural, living teeth.
When planning a dental implant surgery it is necessary to take some information about the patient`s bode in general. Your surgery dentist will request some information before implant placement.
Some diseases can worsen the osseointegration (engraftment) of the implant. Such diseases include pathology of the endocrine system (diabetes mellitus), diseases of the immune system (immunosuppression). Increased muscle tone in the masticatory muscles (bruxism) and smoking can also affect the healing process.
Placing a dental implant: Step by step

1.For implant-supported prosthetics, the orthopedist first draws up a prosthetics plan, which immediately takes into account the number and type of implants, and makes a surgical template.
2. Then the implant surgeon installs the implants according to the ready-made template. This operation is performed under local anesthesia, but if the patient wishes, it can be performed under general anesthesia.
3.The process of engraftment of implants lasts about 3 – 4 months. For this period, the patient is made temporary prostheses (fixed or removable).
4. After the completion of the osseointegration process, permanent orthopedic structures can be made. The installed implants are located in the bone tissue, they are not felt in the oral cavity.

After the end of the prosthetics, it is imperative to undergo control examinations with an implant surgeon to assess the condition of not only the prosthesis itself but also the implants.

Years of experience with implants, the results achieved (the success rate of operations is 99.5%), the system of accompanying and monitoring patients after implantation allow us to offer special additional guarantees for the implantation of the OCO Biomedical system ( USA):

How painful is a tooth implant after surgery?
It’s totally normal to feel some pain and discomfort after surgery when the numbing agents and sedation wear off. However, you will likely notice some pain, discomfort, swelling, bruising, and inflammation by the end of the day. Some bleeding is also common for the first 24-48 hours after treatment.
Check our finance option for dental treatment here. Please feel free to contact us for any additional information

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